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AJULAR: Ulnar Access Viable Alternative to Radial for PCI

The AJULAR study suggests that ulnar-artery catheterization is safe and effective and may cause fewer spasms than the more common radial approach, especially when done by experienced operators. ...

Device Protects Nerve Tissue During Bowel Surgery

After bowel surgery, more than half of the patients suffer from irreparable nerve damage. Now scientists have developed an assistance system that warns surgeons about the risk of inflicting possible i...

Neuromonitoring System Protects Nerve Tissue During Surgery

After bowel surgery, more than half of the patients suffer from irreparable nerve damage. Now scientists have developed an assistance system that warns surgeons about the risk of inflicting possible i...

Protecting nerve tissue during bowel surgery

After bowel surgery, more than half of the patients suffer from irreparable nerve damage. Now scientists have developed an assistance system that warns surgeons about the risk of inflicting possible i...

Value of tissue-engineering to repair major peripheral nerve injuries demonstrated

Peripheral nerve injury (PNI) is a common consequence of traumatic injuries, wounds caused by an external force or an act of violence, such as a car accident, gun shot or even surgery. In those injuri...

3D Printed Guides Can Help Restore Function in Damaged Nerves

The device, called a nerve guidance conduit (NGC), is a framework of tiny tubes, which guide the damaged nerve ends towards each other so that they can repair naturally. Patients with nerve injuries ...

Researchers show value of tissue-engineering to repair major peripheral nerve injuries

Peripheral nerve injury (PNI) is a common consequence of traumatic injuries, wounds caused by an external force or an act of violence, such as a car accident, gun shot or even surgery. In those injuri...

Advice via video teleconference after knee replacement surgery can work as well as in-person rehabilitation

After knee replacement surgery, people who have rehabilitation via video teleconference (telerehabilitation) had comparable outcomes to people who had face-to-face rehabilitation, says a study in The ...

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Evaluation of the function status of the ulnar nerve in carpal tunnel syndrome.

Many carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) patients have symptoms in both the median and ulnar digits more frequently than in the median digits alone. This is possibly because of close anatomical contiguity of...

Altered Ulnar Nerve Kinematic Behavior in a Cadaver Model of Entrapment.

Ulnar nerve entrapment at the elbow is more than a compressive lesion of the nerve. The tensile biomechanical consequences of entrapment are currently marginally understood.

Concomitant Lipoma and Ganglion Causing Ulnar Nerve Compression at the Wrist: A Case Report and Review of Literature.

We present a rare case of ulnar nerve compression caused by concurrent lumps-a lipoma and a ganglion at the wrist, with no prior report cited in the English literature. This case illustrates the possi...

The Ulnar Nerve After Surgical Transposition: Can Sonography Define the Reason of Persisting Neuropathy?

Purpose: Ulnar nerve neuropathy is mainly caused by compression at the level of the cubital tunnel. Two main approaches are currently known for the surgical treatment of this condition: decompression ...

Nerve Transfers in the Upper Extremity: A Practical User's Guide.

Nerve injuries above the elbow are associated with a poor prognosis, even with prompt repair and appropriate rehabilitation. The past 2 decades have seen the development of numerous nerve transfer tec...

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